Chicago: Plan for Transformation: cabrini19

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.  Grant Newburger (right), 50, an active supporter of Bob Avakian's Revolutionary Communist Party, consoles Herm Willis (left), 49, whose son was taken from his apartment in an early morning raid conducted that day by Chicago police and federal authorities on December 18, 2007.  Willis' son was one of 16 tenants accused of drug dealing in a federal indictment that resulted in a sweep of the building they both live in at 1230 N. Burling on the northwest corner of Halsted and Division Streets on Chicago's Near North Side. The arrest led to Willis' eviction from the Cabrini Green apartment he shared with his daughter and grandson four months later.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Grant Newburger (right), 50, an active supporter of Bob Avakian's Revolutionary Communist Party, consoles Herm Willis (left), 49, whose son was taken from his apartment in an early morning raid conducted that day by Chicago police and federal authorities on December 18, 2007. Willis' son was one of 16 tenants accused of drug dealing in a federal indictment that resulted in a sweep of the building they both live in at 1230 N. Burling on the northwest corner of Halsted and Division Streets on Chicago's Near North Side. The arrest led to Willis' eviction from the Cabrini Green apartment he shared with his daughter and grandson four months later.